Douglas MacKinnon

Press Secretary, then-Senator Bob Dole

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Press Secretary (1997-2003) to then-Senator Bob Dole, and a former Republican who now considers himself an :independent conservative;" syndicated political commentator and novelist, now an “independent conservative”

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